Buying Guide

Lets Start With Asking How Do You Use Your Kitchen?

If you are like most of us, you need a kitchen for everyday use for your family. Which means it needs to be both functional and low maintenance. Conversely some people like to entertain guests as often as possible. Rest assured there are options for both! So, let’s continue with:

Sinks For Granite Countertops

Renovo Stone always recommends installing new sink and faucet when upgrading to Granite Countertops for a more complete makeover. Now, it is very important to pick a sink size that will fit in the cabinet in which it will be mounted on and provide ample room for the faucet and other accessories you may desire. We will more than gladly can help you match your new Granite Countertops with the perfect sink and accessories. Below are some of the different styles of sinks used for Granite Countertops.

Granite Countertop Cooktops

Cooktops, drop-in range and other kitchen appliances to be mounted in the granite, must be on the job site before a template can be made. Note: Please make sure that there is sufficient room inside the cabinet to hold the cook top and vents that will be installed. As well as space for the thickness of the backsplash if any.

Granite Countertop Backsplash

There is several options for Granite Countertop backsplash, you can choose from no backsplash, 4” backsplash, full backsplash to tile backsplash. 4” backsplash is often the most popular choice, but this may be modified to suit taste. Keep in mind the taller the backsplash the more material used. it must be stipulated before estimate is made. Here are some samples of the different type of backsplash:

Granite Countertops Edges And Overhang

Most Granite Countertops are installed with a standard 1 1/2’” “bullnose edge”, but there are other options available for an extra cost. Here are some samples of custom edges finishes: